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Intro 2.14.11 (Grammys Edition): Videos from Lady A, Lady G and Jay-Z

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LADY ANTEBELLUM, “Need You Now.” The country-pop band won five awards, including record and song of the year.
LADY GAGA, “Bad Romance.” Ga won three awards, including best pop album.
JAY-Z featuring ALICIA KEYS, “Empire State of Mind.” Jay won three awards, including best rap song.
BLACK KEYS, “Tighten Up.” Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney won a piece of four Grammys, including best altermative album and aided a producer of the year Grammy for Danger Mouse.
ARCADE FIRE, “Ready to Start.” The Canadian indie rockers came up with a big surprise win for album of the year.
ESPERANZA SPALDING, “Little Fly.” Yes, she is the best new artist. Another stunning victory.
MAVIS STAPLES, “You Are Not Alone.” She won her first Grammy, best Americana album.
PATTY GRIFFIN, “Little Fire.” Griffin won best gospel album for “Downtown Church.”
FANTASIA, “Bittersweet.” Fantasia won best female R&B vocal performance for this.
JOHN LEGEND & THE ROOTS, “Shine.” Legend and The Roots won three Grammys, including best traditional R&B album for “Wake Up!”

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